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Histologic examination of twenty-one cases of superplants and one case of a partial Vitallium implant constructed by the usual two-stage surgical technique revealed no changes in the mucosa beyond those that may occur normally in the oral cavity. In a single case, however, a pathologic infiltration of inflammatory cells was observed, but this probably was not due to the superplant. In no case were there demonstrable pathologic changes that could be ascribed to the superplant in question.
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- Dental Implants and Superplants.Rass. Trimestrale di Odontoiatria. 1956; 37: 25-36
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